‘The corporate sector of Pakistan needs to break out of its decadent mindset to capitalise on the growth potential,’
A study analyses social, technological, economic, environmental and political trends and tries to tell what lies ahead
The availability and accessibility of credible national data is empowering in itself.
‘It’s the easiest for provinces to blame the Centre and cover up their own incompetence,’ an official says
‘Blaming and shaming should be a side business. The focus needs to be on opening channels and creating an environment
Deliberating on reasons for the delay in provincial economic surveys, provinces blamed the centre.
‘The leadership’s commitment to regional integration were political statements that no one expected to mean much’
To shore up reserves to cover for steady debt repayment, the govt intends to go to the international capital market.
Chief of the Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa speech was insightful. Did it reflect a fresh security doctrine?
The Global Competitiveness Report 2017-18 ranked Pakistan at 115 among 137 nations assessed.
Do people know how much a jalsa costs? What does it take in terms of money to build an effective political campaign?
FOR a just, prosperous and secure Pakistan, defending democracy and defeating rogue outfits with obscurantist ...
Water-sector watchers believe that groundwork is under way and work on two mega-dam projects will start in 2018.
PM’s special assistant says he doesn’t see current stress spilling over to hurt Pakistan’s trade relations with the US.
Factors are unable to sufficiently explain the sudden change in direction of the spending graph.
Faced with a completely different style of doing business, the private sector finds it difficult to keep its head.
He clearly can’t afford to let the economy drift from the growth trajectory that his party boasted about for so long
“Sadly, despite spectacular successes, Pakistani businesses have always been risk averse.
The momentum of the CPEC initiative seems to have been compromised over the last two months.
As the Supreme Court sends Nawaz Sharif packing, there is a lot at stake for democracy and the economy.